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fall dropping three points to 45%. but it gets worse. according to bloomberg news 77% of u.s. investors polled believe the president is anti-business. as for the number one priority, health care reform, america is not too keen on that either. according to a new gallup survey, 55% want democrats to immediately suspend work on their health care reform bill and consider alternatives. the only good news i have for the president is the week is almost over. there's a lot of football this weekend. apparently he couldn't let the week pass without talking about his favorite subject, himself. look at today's white house orchestrated town hall event in ohio. >> what does it mean for obama? obama is just trying to perpetrate big government. obama is trying to cut medicare. there's some who think if obama loses, we win. >> sean: joining me reaction to all this karl rove the architect. i guess talking in the third person -- did you notice how angry he was today? >> yeah, absolutely. he did try and cut medicare. there was a reason people were saying that he laid out a plan to cut medicare by 456 billi
us tonight. chaos among liberals. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo in just a few moments we will show you some nasty business. liberals attacking liberals, trying to assign blame for the debacle in massachusetts tuesday night. basically it comes down to this. the far left believes president obama is not radical enough. the moderate left believes the far left loons are killing the democratic party. no matter what you believe there is no question the election of scott brown of massachusetts has badly damaged the democratic agenda, especially obama care. >> in its present form, without any change, i don't think it's possible to pass the senate bill in the house. i don't see the votes for it at this time. >> bill: indeed. now for conservatives, this is all great fun. watching the left to descend into turmoil. today the "new york times" published an editorial about the bay state election that is simply hard to believe quote: to our minds it is not remotely a verdict on mr. obama's presidency nor does it amount to a national referendum on health care reform. well
tomorrow with the add traitor of the u.s. agency for vl development. they will be joined by the u.n. secretary general moon. the haitian police have disappeared the wake of this tragedy. a 3,000-member u.n. peacekeeping force is trying to maintain law and order. >> meanwhile, the massachusetts senate race is getting more exciting by the day. tonight news out of the bay state is good for republicans. latest poll has scott brown ahead of coakley by four points. coakley isn't doing anything to help her chances. in a radio interview yesterday she took a swipe at pro lifers and catholics. here's what she told radio host about those who would hesitate to prescribe the morning after pill based on their deeply held religious beliefs. >> the losses -- the law says people are allowed to have that you can have religious freedom you probably shouldn't work in an emergency room. >> i wonder if coakley thinks catholics should be denied jobs in emergency rooms on the basis of their religion or voluntarily quit? believable. as if coakley isn't doing enough damage on her own the democratic party i
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